Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)
ZIMRA surpasses May revenue target


The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has surpassed gross and net revenue targets for the month of May 2017 by 17 per cent and 11 per cent respectively due to intensified audits and enforcement activities, improvements in operational efficiency, and client engagement initiatives that are being undertaken to enhance revenue collections.


Electronic cargo tracking system commissioned

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In a move meant to usher in a new transit management regime in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) commissioned the Electronic Cargo Tracking System on 15 May 2017 in Harare under the theme, “Curbing smuggling and transit fraud”.

The system was officially commissioned by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development,  Honourable Patrick Chinamasa. Speaking at the event, Minister Chinamasa said that “the Government remains committed  to help ZIMRA to achieve its strategic goals and is aware of the need to make the Electronic Cargo Tracking System sustainable”.


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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby reminds its valued clients that the due date for payment of Employees’ Tax or Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and Withholding Taxes/Royalties for the month of April 2017 is 10th May 2017.


ZIMRA hosts Media Workshop in Bulawayo

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority hosted a Media Workshop in Bulawayo on 8 May 2017, under the theme ‘Taking Taxation to the People”. The workshop follows the first media workshop that was held in Harare on 1 March 2017 and was organised for journalists to improve appreciation of the Authority’s operations and to build a positive rapport with the media. It targeted business reporters, editors and presenters as well as news producers, to foster and nurture the relationship and mutual partnership between ZIMRA and the media fraternity.

ZIMRA Board tours Mhlahlandlela, Plumtree

Members of the ZIMRA Board – led by the Board Vice Chairperson, Mr Percy Toriro – took time during the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), which was held between 25-29 April 2017, to visit ZIMRA Mhlahlandlela Station and Plumtree Border Post.

The visits were part of the Board’s drive to familiarise themselves with ZIMRA processes at station level and to interact with members of staff. Addressing staff at both stations, Mr Toriro pointed out that the ZIMRA Board was mandated to do three things namely, automation of systems, fighting corruption and broadening of the tax base.


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